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Dan Snow Apr 25
Australians: "immensely big & powerful men. Who without question represented the elite formation of the British Empire." Field Marshal Erwin Rommel
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Harjit Sajjan Apr 25
commemorates the tremendous service and sacrifices of Australian and New Zealand women and men in uniform who fought in Gallipoli during WW1, and all those who have served in conflicts and operations around the world since then. Thank you for your service.
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Kimberly Kiely Apr 26
4th Brigade post the Melbourne city March.
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Forces News Apr 25
Prince Harry attended a Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey to commemorate .
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💧Johny Miller Apr 25
Replying to @janeenorman
is about commemoration of those who haves their lives in war. It’s not about ‘entertaining’ gunfire breakfasts, pub sessions or even ‘moving’ services.’ War is toxic and hideous. Anyone who experiencedit at first hand knows. My Dad and his friends knew..😢
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Reconciliation Aus Apr 25
The desert pea flower has become a symbol of mourning and commemoration of the Frontier Wars. One florist hopes it will be recognised alongside the Flanders poppy on
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Democracymum Apr 25
Spot the difference... 😠 Prince William, comforting survivors of the terror attack on in Starship hospital. Nothing on his head, ANZAC poppy proudly on display. Jacinda Ardern - draped in a hijab (a symbol of oppression of women around the world) No poppy.
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Ministry of Defence 🇬🇧 Apr 25
A service was held at the Cenotaph today to mark . Armed Forces Minister Mark Lancaster and Chief of the Defence Staff Sir Nick Carter laid wreaths at the Cenotaph to honour the sacrifice of Australian and New Zealand personnel throughout history.
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🇹🇷 Umut Acar Apr 25
Foes once, long time friends & allies now. Once again we remembered our fallen heroes shoulder to shoulder at an event of love and friendship. “There is no difference between the Johnnies & the Mehmets to us where they lie side by side here in this country of ours ...”
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BBC History Magazine Apr 25
Why Gallipoli has become such a defining moment in Australian history
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AFL.com.au Apr 26
Umpire Shaun Ryan has explained the rationale behind the controversial decisions made in the final quarter on . Audio courtesy of .
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Alderman Amanda Grehan Apr 28
I was honoured to lay a wreath at today on behalf of the people of Lisburn and Castlereagh. commemorates annually the service and sacrifice of Australian and New Zealand soldiers at…
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NZ Defence Force Jul 14
NEWS || Elaine Myers-Davies has been recognised for more than a decade of tireless work planning the annual commemorations in Gallipoli. She was presented recently with a Defence Meritorious Service Medal by at a ceremony.
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South Lake Macquarie RSL sub-Branch Apr 25
WW1 returned soldiers hold hats over their medals showing they mean nothing compared to the sacrifice their dead comrades made.
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Kane Cornes Apr 25
Thanks for all the kind feedback on the interview with Dad () on this morning. Here is the link for those asking
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ADFinPNG Apr 25
We were humbled and privileged to experience hymns like this being sung across on .
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Christine Elmer 🇪🇺 Apr 28
Unveiling of the Blue Plaque today by the Mayor of Elmbridge together with the High Commissioner for New Zealand, naming the viaduct Anzac Way in commemoration of Australian & New Zealand service men & women lost in WW1 followed by a service at St. Mary’s Church Walton
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David Engel Apr 25
Today Australians and New Zealanders around the world remember and honour those fallen heroes who sacrificed their lives for our freedom. Thank you to everyone who joined us for the dawn service this morning to mark .
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Ribbon of Poppies Apr 26
We love these images from yesterday. One of our Poppies provided the foreground to our flagpole tribute last night at sunset remembering all those Australian and New Zealand troops, sailors and airmen who have served their countries and their commonwealth cousins.
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10 News First Melbourne Sep 19
Australian travelers are being urged to re-focus next and look to locations a little closer to home - Hellfire Pass. |
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